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government entities, and the government is the type of a tax change almost daily. we can share that information and better prepare to collectively protect ourselves. it is very important. but if the government starts setting standards, and starts setting regulatory dictates on what those protections should become it becomes an issue of regulatory compliance rather than defense. to the extent that you are drawing away resources to think about what is the latest iteration of the federal regulations on my network security rather than what i have been subject to and how we are going to deal with it -- i think that is dealing with it in a really misguided way. again, this is an area where i think there is broad consensus on the problem. people understand what the problem is. the question is, what is the role of the government to deal with it? the commercial market participants have enormous incentives, economic and reputation will and otherwise, to do everything they can to protect their network. the added addition of a regulation does not make them more incentive to protect -- make
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